addled : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v mix up or confuse
- v become rotten
- s (of eggs) no longer edible
an addled egg
- s confused and vague; used especially of thinking
your addled little brain
- But banking bored him, and the gay Greenwich Village milieu that he slipped into was full of scruffy radicals, drug-addled theater queens and goofy twentysomethings fleeing Midwest .
- So for the past half-decade, the strongest regional economy in the nation has been fueled by demand not from Internet-addled, cell-phone-addicted consumers but from government .
- America's Adderall-addled attention span cannot keep in focus.
News & Articles
- CEO Describes Jackson as Forceful Businessman
AEG Live CEO describes Michael Jackson as forceful businessman, not 'drug-addled 5-year-old'
June 12, 2013 - ABC News
- Iron Men: Black Sabbath's Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler Answer the Hard Questions
Thirty-five years ago, Black Sabbath released the frenzied, drug-addled Never Say Die! ... and then decided to fire frontman
June 12, 2013 - Spin
- “This Is the End”: Dude, it’s the apocalypse!
Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Franco and other stars play "themselves" in a goofy, drug-addled Rapture bromance
June 12, 2013 - Salon.com
- Megan Fox in Montreal Gazette
Megan Fox tells Sky Movies mag she doesn't worry about critics of her acting: "I could never be one of those actors who reads everything that is ever written about them. ...... I'd be a complete lunatic, probably drug-addled and out of my mind....
- Jay McInerney in New York Daily News
It was narrated in the first person,McInerney wrote on Hunter's Web siteÃ‚ about his novel, "from the point of view of an ostensibly jaded, cocaine-addled, sexually voracious 20-year-old who was, shall we say, inspired by Lisa [Rielle]."